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When the sun goes down ...

. . . Josie stays awake because she sees monsters in the dark. She sees big monsters and little monsters, fuzzy monsters and scaly monsters. There’s even a purple monster with big horns and long claws hiding in the kitchen! That one is the scariest thing in her house by far.

One evening, Josie’s dad gives her a magic flashlight, her very own Scary Snapper, that will turn any monster into something less scary. When she wakes up in the middle of the night and starts to feel scared, Josie ventures from her bedroom and into the dark hallway, her Scary Snapper in hand.

Join Josie on a midnight adventure as she overcomes her fear of the dark. With vibrant illustrations, an empowering story, and a twist you won’t see coming, Josie and the Scary Snapper is a great choice for bedtimes everywhere.

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Publishers Weekly
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Ideal for bedtime reads, this picture book debut will resonate with readers ... a salient reminder of the power they hold within themselves.
Orange Fish (Amazon Reviewer)
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Fresh, imaginative story with a little girl of color as the lead character and a hilarious ending. My children love it, and I don’t mind reading it over and over again.
Dianne Ferrell (Amazon Reviewer)
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She shows kids that they can face their fears and overcome them. My 6 and 4 year olds love this book and we read it 2 to 3 times every week.
Kirkus
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An inventive interpretation of a familiar predicament faced by kids.
Prairies Book Review
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This humorous, light treatment of the eternal subject of the “I’m scared of scary things in the dark” will make a welcome addition to young children’s bedside bookshelf.
A Quintillion Words Review
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[Josie and the Scary Snapper] should take pride of place on any child's book shelf ... The world needs more books like this one.
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When the sun goes down ...

. . . Josie stays awake because she sees monsters in the dark. She sees big monsters and little monsters, fuzzy monsters and scaly monsters. There’s even a purple monster with big horns and long claws hiding in the kitchen! That one is the scariest thing in her house by far.

One evening, Josie’s dad gives her a magic flashlight, her very own Scary Snapper, that will turn any monster into something less scary. When she wakes up in the middle of the night and starts to feel scared, Josie ventures from her bedroom and into the dark hallway, her Scary Snapper in hand.

Join Josie on a midnight adventure as she overcomes her fear of the dark. With vibrant illustrations, an empowering story, and a twist you won’t see coming, Josie and the Scary Snapper is a great choice for bedtimes everywhere.

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